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Mod-Ups! / Re: Pressure as a unit of time
« Last post by Joules on Today at 05:54:18 PM »


That will allow a few extra pints before reaching the designated area.
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Mod-Ups! / Re: Pressure as a unit of time
« Last post by AdeV on Today at 05:20:07 PM »
...Keep consuming till pressure reduces...

Pressure reduction valves should only be operated in the designated area. Now wash your hands :D
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Mod-Ups! / Re: Pressure as a unit of time
« Last post by Joules on Today at 11:02:48 AM »
Any time after 300psi a pint of Safety Valve should be consumed.  Keep consuming till pressure reduces or two gauges are observed.
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Mod-Ups! / Re: Pressure as a unit of time
« Last post by ddmckee54 on Today at 09:50:21 AM »
How do you know when it's officially Beer:30?

Don
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How to's / Re: Homemade layout fluid
« Last post by NormanV on Today at 03:04:35 AM »
I have just read this in a copy of "Model Engineer" from December 1981.
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Electronics & IC Programing / Re: Which lathe (err... Scope) Rigol
« Last post by PekkaNF on Today at 02:44:04 AM »
Esko,

I agree about the amplifiers, probes and such, they are really vital for measurement and least as important than as the "scope". My previous "reference" probe for 50 MHz scope is 350MHz new 1:10 probe and I compare other probes to that. That still might just do for the new scope.

Luckily I have a friend that practically lootted bunch of high quality test equipment from one lab and works in one small calibration comppany. I take bunch of my stuff with me and he goes trough them and tells mee what are absolutely awfull and which is passable to certain limint.

He found one 50 ohm terminator that had a non SMD terminating resistor inside it and it had absolutely horific frequency behavior from few MHz up. It was bought from Reichelt.
https://www.reichelt.com/de/en/Test-probes-and-BNC-adapters/BNC-50-2W/3/index.html?ACTION=3&LA=3&ARTICLE=5648&GROUPID=7230

Pekka
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Mod-Ups! / Re: Pressure as a unit of time
« Last post by angus on Today at 01:37:53 AM »
One I made maybe 25 years ago
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Mod-Ups! / Re: Pressure as a unit of time
« Last post by velocette on April 25, 2018, 09:46:17 PM »
Hi
Built this one a few years back Using a Japanese ""Seiko" movement and scrap unloader valve from a Broomwade Compressor.
No Pressure from time with a built in unloader.
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Mod-Ups! / Re: Pressure as a unit of time
« Last post by krv3000 on April 25, 2018, 05:57:55 PM »
hi a job well dune where one leads many will follow 
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Mod-Ups! / Re: Pressure as a unit of time
« Last post by raynerd on April 25, 2018, 05:41:13 PM »
Iíve been telling you for years to get making a clock but I wasnít expecting you to use a quartz movement  :Doh:

Haha, nice build Stu. Pretty neat idea.
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